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RTA, Smart Dubai ink MoU for using NOL card smart payment...

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) and the Smart Dubai Office have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) providing for the RTA to enable...

Dubai Taxi launches smart-phone App

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The move comes in the context of the DTC’s plan to keep pace with the smart transformation drive involving the use of cutting-edge and smart technologies in various services provided to customers.

All Dubai Taxi Corporation taxis to have sensors

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More than 2,000 taxis of the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) have been fitted with sensors which automatically operate taxi metres. By the end of this year, all the 3,914 taxis of the fleet will be operating with such sensors.

Dubai taxis to now accept Nol, credit cards

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The Dubai Road and Transport Authority (RTA) and Network International, a payment solutions provider in the Middle East, today entered into a partnership that will enable passengers using the RTA's taxis to pay fares using Nol, credit and debit cards.

Cab-sharing: No RTA ban on multiple drop-offs

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Sharing of a cab in Dubai, with multiple drop-offs, has always been permitted, with the only consideration being that the taxi meter must not be switched off during the trip, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has reiterated.

Dubai Taxis delayed 5 to 20 minutes by lost items

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Taxi passengers report lost items, mostly mobile phones, 20 to 30 times a day to the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC), a top official said. DTC acting CEO Ahmad Al Hammadi said the items are largely traced within 5-20 minutes.

Free rides on public transport on November 1

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will offer free rides on public transport for a day to mark Public Transport Day on November 1 for the second consecutive year. Dedicated bus and taxi lanes will also be opened on Naif and Al Ittihad roads on this day.

RTA launches bus website

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Bus commuters can now access a dedicated website that can help them plan the journey, explore different routes, buy the tickets as well as share their experience. The fully loaded interactive portal was launched recently and takes commuters on a virtual ride through the bus system in Dubai.